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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 9 May 1916

Md 'ASpXirX KBPHTIK AB1L1K1 TEXMM. MM fix rflTITr nrflTft III X I A I h If r I IN nlfllL lVLulU 111 UllllbllbUlU III D! 11111 I II Thill ' AUM1N IUIAI AnFflAll I II I HI nillllnll I lUnL Continued from page one.) shot wounds one below tho shoulder blade and ono Just above the nip- nlze them Heard no voice. Joint. Brown waB unconscious and Tn0 defense questioned Boyd' lived about ono hour nfter being- tho mcn Wero running southeast brought homo dying without regain- Had heard no shots when first saw Ing consciousness." men just happened to nottco them. The counsel for defense asked wit- Thought they wero after tho run-a-ness behind which ear the wound was way team. Could not se6 Bhootlng nml she could not swear which. In .nt heard it. Gould not tell at part she said when questioned by tho that distance whether men were white defense: or black. Thought ono was Brown "She had lived by the DgArmans becauso had a big straw hat HJw about four years. Knew thenattUv Brown wore and team look...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 9 May 1916

fAI TWIB THE ABEL11C1 JtBPOHTlft A1IUK1 T1XAI. irflt. ! m il .. sj nmmnHmnn9MmnMniunjii.iiiuiBiiini ujh n iuuuuiiimijuiii in c J nti .Mi ltfc 4 nu MM kn m hi Vr 5f til t it a w 8. Q tr ri li IT b V I. c o c t 1 rf . m Start the Warm Season Right With B. V. D. Underwear UNION SUITS ..-?1 00 SHIRTS and DRAWERS a garment 50 The fabrics arc nsy to tin touoli and vr know they will liolp lppp yon cool and we linvo assured ourselves that tlici' will stand wear and wnsli Muttons buttonholes seaniB and finish arc de- signed to tfiVo long wear. Knefi rarnient hears THIS RED WOVEN LABEL lPfe6i tHTj ESTWCTAILTIWe "- Wqt r." u It is you gtmrnnteorttisfnetion. This and the other stand arized lnercJKiUjlJw of Irish worth that we offer for your inspec- tion are tvpicnl or the Jjnvhig and selling policy of this store. " I Boys' Union Suits SOc that give him freedom and comfort. They arc cut on lines thnt fit and "give" to every play of the muscles. Made of fabrics ex- ceedingly durable in service an...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 12 May 1916

Barter 7 YOI XXXV. ABILfcE TEXAS FRIDAY) MAY 12 11S lt "nER W sr JURY ASSESSED DI HR PUNISHMENT AT 99 YEARS IN THE PENITENTIARY ) StUlene 8mi iUcchln C. DIM TAK IN OWN BEN TAKING OF EVIDENCE IN CASE WAS CLOSED AT 4:53 P. M. MONDAY WHEN COURT RECESSED TO 8:30 P. M. J. F. CUNNINGHAM SPOKE FIRST. Tho arguments of coussl in Uio case of tho Stato of Toms Versus Claud De- Annan charged with tho tnurdcr of Charlie Urown wore completed at 5-30 innl. nrown wob plowing In his or- Tuosduy afternoon aiU tho caBO wao chard and she passed along close by Immediately given to the jury oho said. "IJo told irto ho had a dream Attorney Hen Ij. Cox In a powerful about me and I asked him what It npcoch. cltfcd for the defense while was about. He said ho dreamed." (Here lion. V. J. Cunningham In one of tho witness told tho alleged dream.) "1 nttozgest Bpqecl'GB heard In a court- said 'you go to you .. .' rcom In this district In somo tlmo Witness had told her mother of cloned for the State In a two hour ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 12 May 1916

t 3 II hi (t si w K o) K K ' t 5 il i x$zi xzn.s ractftecue: TTe arc bo used to sugar that xre are Ukclr to for- get to giro H ita property important place. RiKht now If somebody asked you what sugar was good for you'd .probably say "Ohl to put in coffee and tea and for making can dies and desserts." That's It we at! think of sugar as a sweetener and over look its value as v food. The chemists classify suear as a hydrocarbon that name may or may not bo In; to us but what Is interestln "T 'niJlL'i lk I i ' m nvirs HL J- M2JV. ik. csjzazr nteresl Is tin statement that it has. as a liyJrlear; equal food ValUo With the stardy fjpd and by digestion largely adds lUT the fatty tissues of the body. i "Why do we eat sugar onjArayr Tour first answer might be: "Qfcajao It la aweet and tastes good." gt Jrjclf the answer would be correct Jfatetfa more Important fact is that thjgUW J craves sugar because It needs it. ijlil ifiicn tho body craves something It Vcs if i an nnJ petite for It. So prim...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 12 May 1916

PAGE TWO THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE. TKAg mj.uitjmtjuxjMJumm mimi n Condensed Statement of The Firs! St.to Bank Of Abilene Tex. at the close of Business May 1 1910. RESOURCES I-cums' . ?452-119.07 Furniture and Fixtures . . . .yKin.lO RealRnlnte ..;..: 8 J -19.21 Inlcrcsl in Gunrnnty Fund :j71. ).(: SUkksnml Sccurilies . . . . .'U 00.00 C.qft nntl I&cluifige $)0t0.m:M $563992.37 $100000.00 LIABILITIES! Capital Surplus and Undivided Profits 105.H.5 Deposits 41 4455.72 i563.992.37 Statement of the Guaranty Trust Company OF AhiltMic Ml Hip (lose nf IJttsinpss Muv 1st 191(5. RESOURCES Stocks and Securities (52 1 KUiO .Loans 7.):M5..).J Heal Fslate 10704.74 Cash-mid tixcjiumtfc 827.00 $H)24'T2;2n LIABILITIES: Capital $100000.00 Undivided Prodis 12007.20 Hills Payable 50405.00 $K)24li2D OFFICERS OF BOTH INSTITUTIONS. K. 15. liYXm .-- - I'ri'sicMlciit OSCAR PM.'KI'.I? Ai-tivi- V President W. II. KRKK .. Cnsliipr t personally for a year and that hlfi V rpIllHrttlnrt wnd rnnrl A It Tji...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 12 May 1916

TKI ABKJEMX AlFORTSR ABILEHX TEXAS. I V 0 w n! I! K w I ft e M I 1 r i ' 4 I l 1 is .1 i 1 Ih IJ ; i i IV 1 lr I M m 7 I f II 'I 9- f Si-Weekly Reporter y Hm. wrttrrirta coiwawy 18224028 North aecoud Street. eteter a feecead Class Mall at AMfeee Texas - Ny SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Dno Year (In advance) ....$1.00 Bit Months (In advanco) 50 TELEPHONES Business and Simulation 67 Editorial Office - 829 Society 1097 of 345 Subscribers falling to rccolvo their pa- per regularly will confor a favor upon tho management by rcftnrting the tamo to tho business office. 'Phone No. 67. Any erroneous reflection cipon tho character stauding or reputation of any person firm or corporation which mny occur In tho columns of THE RE- PORTER will bo gladly corrected upon Its being brought to tho attention of the firm. Mv' VHIDAY MAI I-1 1D1C VWWWWVVI" WATER SUPPLY. rl. rt .... tln..nrlnr r..fr. n ... r-i .i.. !.-. .. r Mr. ir ; L Wnri inn n uwcetwater was lowered M cents on tho 5100.00 va nation In 10 la on c...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 12 May 1916

TUB AM&Mfl JUUrvWraRl XMLMKM. CTXA8. QPnnP THE CU6 PUUWJT REPORTF Scoop's Car Leads Him A Dog's Life By "HOP1 REPORTER 'St.- i&m FACMUIX i -. --iW . -- " 1 " :1M-M- W m-mrW iJJL"I eL.r . . rv-iU .1 IIB elllll F I r -z-r M- " t f.f.ln WC lJfc.3VTOI' Ml I 1 PI .- l "Sr Wf dsgg-&s il'Si : lkLdMS6S:v.9 mm0mm9ammmHmim9mmmmMtiMmxmmmitmmmnmvmmmmmimrmmm9mummmui mi.h h.i iinmmmmmmmmutmmmmmmmmmfmmmmmmmammmmmmmvmmm j-miiwiiiiii imwinw W$ ACCEPTS WBi OEBHT I li H fiP I nl fa m ql fj II If" WDTHl.lt. OLECiMO H16MT I5 IWN-5. Ily Tho AKodated Tress. WASHINGTON May .-Slccinl Agent Rogers ut Mcxiro City tele graphed ttio State Department today 4Unt llntt Pnrpfluya llna tifttv Itxiltrntftfl Ills approval of the. (rntntiro Rgrce.1 incnt made by Horn. Funstnn nnd ScoU I HONOR VETERANS OF SLUE AND GRAY VAST ASSEMBLAGE graves Of soldiers who full foil coumry. "LEE THEMAH AND GENERAL" Kct. C. '. v Ferguson Delhcrs Ad drcMS Other Numbers on L'ro- gram Arc Highly Enjoyed Uy Audience s- ho had no...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 12 May 1916

c w M) M lu (t 1 w i k sr IN m 4 1 r fl I t J .1 J 1 1 I 1 5 I! i If l :J rA(M5 BIGHT SYNOPSIS. Mary Piure. actress. Is accused of the murder of James Pollock and la defended by her lover Philip Langdon. Pollock was Intoxicated. At Mary's trial she arf mlts she had the revolver. Iter rnald testifies that Mary threatened Pollock with It previously and Mary's leading man Implicates Langdon. How Mary dis- appeared from tho scene of the crime Is a mystery Brandon tells of a strange hand print he saw on Mary's -shoulder. Further evidence shows that horror of drink pro- duces temporary Insanity In Mary. The defense Is "repressed psyehwsls" Wit- nesses described Mary's flight from her In- toxicated father and her father's sutcldo. Nurse Walton describes tho Mdftnnlng Of Mary by Pollock nnd Amy Barton tells of Mary's struggles to become an actress and of Pollock's pursuit of her. AMY'S STELLAR ROLE MtATUKE liml Intended Amy Bar- tpn to bo n great actress. Cmo- I tlonnl roles of any sort wou...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 May 1916

) " !""'' in ii mm angBBBna as am i iiih -p i -' ---- - i r i --- T ' m W t tol. xxxv. vnii.i:r texas ttesihy hay i isie. Vix - l 1 1 iuj.l wimiiiJiKiii.HuiJtow ASDMiTH NOW II Till!' THERE FEITI'IIKD liY fll. FRRKM'KS WITH ( IVIL WW MII.ITIHY UTHORITIES. NEW GOIfERttr- RUMOR Slated Ireland to Hum E.rrullvo Council to .WiHiage Affairs I'nUl Affor Nnr TraN of Rebels Proceed Rapid I j By The Associated Press. DUBLIN May 12. Premier Ai- riultli'fi Visit to Dubllh as far us uut- tulnable ImB been featured by confer- ence with civil and military authori- ties. The suggestion unofficially given re- garding tho possibility of the forma tion of an Irish executive council for the management or tfie government of Ireland until the end of the war ap- pears to liavo mndc a good liupres nlon In Ireland. There has been much dhcusslon of the subject in all quur- terH although no confirmation of such n movement has beert given by offi- cials. A relief of tho tension appeared .to- day when (3en Maxwe...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 May 1916

TWO ' TW ABnJHU JtirORTlK AVL1K X T1XA1 4 ' - - ' " mm '"" ' " ' f 1 1 i t i.1 f t Tht First Stitt Ink Of AWIae Tex. at th cIom of Bwiae8 May 1 lfrl'tC RESOURCE' Loans .$452419.07 Furniture and Fixtures . . . 5665.10 Real Estate. 814921. Interest in Guaranty Fund 371965 Stocks and Securities .... 3100.00 Cash and Exchange '. .... 00939.34 $563992.37 INABILITIES: Capital ....$100000.00 Surplus and Undivided Profits ..: 1 0536.05 Deposits 444455.72 $563992.3 Statement of the Guaranty Trust Company Of Abilene ut the Close of business May 1st lillO. RESOURCES Stocks and Securities $ 02443.66 Loans 79345.93 Real Estate 19794.74 Cash and Exchange 827.96 $102412.29 LIABILITIES: Capital... $100000.00 Undivided Profits 12007.29 Bills Payable 50405.00 $162412.29 OFFICERS OF BOTH INSTITUTIONS. IS. JJ. UYNTM .-..- I'rcsfoiliMit OSCAR PARKKIt Aetivo V. President W. nvFRKK -I CashU'i- SIMMONS DEFEATED OUACHITA III DEBATE ON "PREPAREDNESS" A good sized crowd heard the dc DR. CATES TO LEAVE FOR OEV...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 May 1916

pAdi tfcfcsi: mft ABILENE HIGH BEATSSWEETWATER TRUSTEES AND FACULTY TO PLAY 1 MMMMM riMMM ". visitohs in iikia defeated here fhiday i.o.st first wimi: of season. I'STKST" (IVflfc ok season SIMMONS TlU'ltHlltr. MAY 1H. VT THE ABILENE fePOKTl)t AlLNI T1XA LEATHER IS CLOUTED HARD HIkIi VIml From South PrpTrntrrt llrhes Cnmitlng Their Most Flfo Eoil (tame for Victors In (ho Snrnth. Abilene HIrIi broko Sweetwater IUrIi'b winning strenk on tlip. Chris- between the trusteed of Simmons Col tint! frttln.. ... j-i... .t rt 1 .. ..! ..ri.. 1 Initn ntt.t llm JnlKi t. .. 1.-.-. tlntt CoIIpro grounds Saturday nfter- nodn winning by a score of 5 (o 1. The gnmo was featured by heavy hit "OLD STARS" WILL PLAY Mnllnep Promises (o Up Sirrncutnr From Word l.'n -Mne-tips Show (Jump Will Ho Stippdlest for Sonio Tlmr. Tho second annual hasp-hall gamo lege nmt tho faculty has been set for Thursday afternoon four o'clock. May .18. It has como to he an annual nf- tlne on both sides esncclallv were fair nnu I...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 May 1916

HI ABgJM MPOKTIIB AML1OT IIA 5ve Vw&evswv Tr Soo&s Co. JUNE PICTORIAL REVIEW FAT- TERNS MAGAZINES AND QUA. TERLY STYLE BQQK NOW QN SALE. JUNE PICTORIAL BEVIEW PAT TERNS QUAttTEIttY STYLE BOOK AND MAGAZINE NOW ON SALE. u3toVW SVfc w& QvicAV SW1 " I lr i M t I "Kexn t&e cVv&wvVvse &w& Specla.1 Wvces 5ov5us 0eeV Express and freight shipments have brought new merchandise in every department. This merchandise will be on display Monday. New Skirts New Dresses New Hats New Silks. New Skirtings New Hosiery Slides etc. The display of ntnv merchandise coupled with special prices on many lines ol merchandise make shopping interesting at this store. NEWER MERCHANDISE I WER PRICES BETTE R SERVICE IS OUR METHOD OE OBTAINING YOU R TRADE. ks"7-' S L. fc S---irTT- -. . . r rjTw 1 1 x f?S Jfi Rev Soyjv ttva Wvt TAevo Sbc tyrxdu&es AVer's SvMs $15.00 now buys from this store eholeo of 2i" Liulies IlntK including Visit t'jittern lints in values to $10.0U placed on Stile ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 May 1916

I Wi ' " 1 f ' ' T. MB WWOT " 'Qnnrtp?y the cub DUVJJr REPORTER Something New Ip Summer Resorts. By "HOP" REPORTER THE AAILIHX ftlPpKTIK ABILIHI TIXA. I iiui a Wxoop lEJ'C.A A A female of rtHV speqtes My i w"0"? w a) i vou ewrMErin l Ttft WHERE REAOlNfr ABOUTA JLACE.1 H (S AUtOlVGDTX) LAN0"HE- kS j??SMC fMSl. Wft fWS-1 Tfj - VWATWE.lSlOF U 5(NFUL LWTE A E. V REST-) Mf 7M- JL A .itiBiwwTBwwtWMww wwriiyiiiMin1 jui wi ! miy twiwwwwwMwMwww l.ii ii i i Li i 1 nii mi i - . i. r ii. i j... .. .. i. . .L...i j r.j i l - j it ii r jiiii 1 1 - r -- ii i-1 mmmmmK-mmmmmmmmwmfmmmmmmmmmmmmmvmmmmmmmmmfmmimmmmm Rl FOUND Afl REACHED VERDICT 8:30 AFTER BEING OUT 1 5 VERDICT BEAD IN COURT AT 9:00 O'CLOCK WITH ABOUT ONE HUNDRED MSN .PRESENT; WILL ASK FOR NEW TRIAL IT IS UNDERSTOOD. f'lnud DeArman was found jullty of munjor by tho Jury in district court I ore Wcdnosduy morning nnd his pun- islnnont BOt at iiluoty-nlnn years In tin! li tiltcntlary. A motion for n now trial will be filed. Tiio caso reache...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 16 May 1916

TtK AlliEfrl REPORTKR A1ILINC TKA. PASS IIX i J i r f n )' I -...i.j; !. -i - !t i K W SPTVl (rL I irT-1 'lii J 1 . . . . T . . Four Corset and Your Gown " It's tlio tk'simiittff that makes the perfect fitting corsot nnl its the corsot that sets off tho gown ff you select .Jiistrite corsets for yoW dres? fmimlittion j'on will have tin milled pleasure in wearing tlte ilrcss because the corset bnnirs out4he lines' lis the disijnier iiitonded t - r They Wear Better h GD They Fit ymtsss Justrite oorsots come in front lace and back laco in models to fit nil figures. Every detail in designing and construction has been carefully attended to and satisfactory service is assured. Prices From $1.00 to $3.50 "We have a superior fitting service nnd ample fitting rooms for the convenience of our customers. p Other lending makes of corsets all of superior quality will be found in our Corset department. v a Abilene' t Fevertt Shopping Piatt ampi TEXAS MILITIA NOW MOBILIZED PRACTICALLY ALL OF 3IK.V ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 19 May 1916

" " I II I I I fc-U aWfc f 1' f.-V! ' llMMMUIH ; I IMJj(lll.!lll ..! ?- VOLUME XXXT AH1LEXE TEXAS FRIDAY MAV Iff 1016. NUMBER FORT BYVILUSTAS RESEUED-3 AMERI CANS ON SUNK STEAMER AM TON TAK BHMltlW 111 SPHIINPEH AMERICAN CONSUL REPORTS CANADIAN SHIP HIT MINE- ALL OF CREW ESCAPED WITHOUT INJURY.REPORTS TO WASHINGTON SAY. By The Associated Trees. WASHINGTON May 17-Threc Am- cricRUH were aboard the Canadian steamer I'rctrla which was sunk Fri- day according to nn official announce- ment made hero today. The Fretrla presumably wan sent rionii when hIic hit a mine tho Atneri. can Consul nt Larbchcl lc France re parted 'today Consul General Skinner at Loudon n)s tliat Lloyds declares that the steamer was torpedoed. The crcrr was uninjured. It I supposed that the Americans were members of the crew. RAIN COMES DOWN AGAIN Abilene Vinitcd by Cold Ruin Wed- nesday Afteraoon; Won't Hurt Crops. A cold rain began falling in Abi- lene at 2 p m. Wednesday with the sky heavily overcast and every np-...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 19 May 1916

! ' i 5 ti t. r ' li TV9MTWQ m.MJWUH.TvnfM a Mi.a.A-: New Savings Accounts in the First State Bank Entitle depositors to vote in the contest now on and the young lady contestant will appreciate any interest you may show in. her behalf. Remember that you don't havo to spend money to get votes; ypu merely savo it and get interest be. sides; Every $2.00 deposited gives you 1500 votes for your contestant. Think it ovexsand help tho girls. .. t . . 4 if riMtlfAM. X1WS JHHlfi. -Is 4 NeA Crowd er was anion r tho east Get M9 Far Orfe. bound paswngers Wednesday. I Dr. R. C. Fn tar Bfit Iha4ay wKh Hon. W. H. Sowcli went east Wed- "0T avmtTB at ing urancn nesday to transact business maters. BUte Senator If. P Bretsford 6t Eastland returned homo Wednesday after a business visit hero. Miss Crcath accompanied by Misses Alen and Meek spent Saturday and 8unday in the city from Merkel. in Eastland comity and wcared ISO for Buchner orplins Howe. He re ports r fine trljp. OifekejM Kilter Mtre. Dyron N...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 19 May 1916

THE ABILENE REPORTER ABILENE TKJMI. PA4A THAU BASEBALL CALENDAR. TEXAS LEAGUE. Hesnlts Tiiesdnr. Houston 4 fort Worth 0. Shreveport 3 San Antonio 1 AVnco 8 Ucaumont 4. Dallas 10 Galvestbn 7. Where Tliey l'lnj Wednpsilnj. Ft Worth at Houston. Iallaa at Galveston'. Waco at I.caumont. Shreveport at San Antonio. Standing or Trio (JlnK nyd. W Waco . .n 18 Shrcrcport 32 Fort Worth ....... :tt Galveston ..?..-. 31 Houston . t. 3.1 San Antonio . 32 Dallas (.. 32 lleaiunont 32 IS 1? UC 17 1G U 12 L. Pet 13 .nsi 14 .GG3 14 .54S 15 .51(3 1G .rlo 17 .469 IS .438 20 .375 AMERICA LEAGUE. Hesulh Tiiesdnr Washington l Detroit 3. Others; rain. Wkcrc They Piny Wednesday. Detroit at Washington. St. Ixmti nt Philadelphia Cleveland nt Now York. Chicago at lioaton. Km Ely Steading of the Clubs Plyd. W. h. Cleveland 28 Washington 26 iNcw York 25 llOBton 20. Detroit 28 Chlcngo .... 28 Philadelphia 25 St. Louis ......... 24 Prince Albert gives smokers such delight because it flavor is so different and so de...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 19 May 1916

u THE ABtLEmi MKNptlX ABILENE TXXAt. gkmi-Weekly Reporter Y AfejLENE PRINTING COMPANY 1022-1023 North second Street. 'A ...i ... ....... ...i . . i - i t '.. .'. - . i i .ii i . . .... . . . . . f "" Blooded Cattle in the Abilene Country 11 .. . . . . .... . .. . . . .. .. . - - -- .. . . . . . atered m Second Ci Malt at AMtoae Tew tUMcniPTioi hates: One Year (in advance)... $100 Six Months (In advance).. 50 TELEPHONES: Business and Circulation ..-- G7 Editorial Office 829 octet v . 1097 or 348 Subscribers falling to receive their pa- per regularly will confer a favor upon the management by reporting tho same to the business office. 'Phono' No. 7. XVvowaV'BawW M h r Any erronoous reflection upon tho character standing or reputation of any porson firm or corporation which ttmr occur In the columns of THE RF- PORTER will be gladly corrected upon" Kb being brought to the attention oi tho firm. Fill DAY MAY 10 11G. 0010lJ WEEDS. Wocds are the enemy of good health. Mosqultos and dlseaso ...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 19 May 1916

TJM AMLMfl MP0M1H AJKLIKI THAI rinnp" ecub By "HOP" The Trouble is Found Not Located REPORTER 9!H5SBnw - '' AwS2h?ui XCWT-W'SAMeln-SOUNDJtO --fl- P1?-. HTHfiT CNUf MUST OV I Hf MPS BUT IWtf) XVOWRASMlN' J qot A CYLINDER. J XkATllllI Hl TM&- XVf COWC BK. J JWUIBIWlWIUMtWWWWHWBWWWWWWMtWiMMIMWeJ WJWHMWMWIlPWWWWWWWWWWWtWMWl adBitttWtawtaWBWaWaaiaSWeMaianWWlffHa COMMENCEMENTSERISAO G H AS I BEFORE OF 1916 SUBJECT: "THE PRICE OF A CROWN" PREACHED BY DR. MILLARD A. JENKENS MAY 14 1916 3000 HEARD MASTERLY DISCOURSE. Anil than thn crown of success You nover find Indolcnco and conliiB turo it Into small screws and It Is must bo bought with a life of. purity making friends. The man who has worth one hundred dollars. Make it Paul's injunction to Timothy 1b dyn- become a genluB Is tho man who Into fine wire and It is wortli fire amic of bucccss "Keep thyself pure." holds himself like a slave to his hundred dollars. Turn it into needleB and to his son Titus "to tho puro all work. Mr. Edison i...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter — 19 May 1916

PAQIItX THE A1IX1NE TOffOrtOi ABILBmS T13CA f 1 i HBrsHi .! ssvsva4BLr . yp SYNOPSIS. . Mary rape oetrefw. is neeused of thel tmirder of Jamev Potlork nnd Is defended by her lover. Philip Lnngdon. Pollock w.is imoslcntrd. At Mary trial nhe ad- mits slie had the revolver. Her maid tet!fie that Mary threatened Tollock with It pwlau!j nnd Mary leading man Impllmies UinRdort. How Mary dls- uprwarcd from tho scene of the crlmo Is ft fmstirv Hranuon tells of a fetranire hand print hf mw on Mary'H shoulder Further evidence Rhotva that horror of drink pro- duis temprarr trtAanity In Mary. Tho de'cnG Is "repressed psychosis." wlt neMesilesorlbed Mnry Msht from her In- toxlcaleil father and her father's suicide. Nurse Walton dencrlpes tho kidnaping of Mary bv Pollrtek. and Amy IJarton tells of Mary' utrusKles to heeome nn actress of Pollock's pursuit of her and of another oreaalort when tho smell of liquor drove Mnry Insane A NEW CLEW. NATUKB with tier prodigal crc- ntlvcucss sends every huta...

Publication Title: Abilene Semi-Weekly Reporter
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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